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there. there isn't much of it. >> dan: maybe not anytime soon. sandhya patel is here with the forecast. >> no snow for the yeosmt area but snow up in the tahoe area. weekend plans are fine for outdoor activities. highs were very spring like. 73 degrees in santa rosa. upper 60s, san rafael, concord, down to the morgan hill area. well around normal for this time. 66 degrees in oakland and 65 in san francisco. we'll do it again tomorrow. carbon copy conditions minus the fog. you probably remember how dense it was. the air mass has dried out and clear skies, temperatures are falling compared to 24 hours ago down five degrees in redwood city. concord down up to 10 degrees compared to 24 hours ago. so colder tonight, patchy frost inland and sunny and mild for your saturday afternoon. chance of showers arriving by sunday night. it's really late at night. tonight we do have downsloping winds. it's the offshore flow that is keeping things stirred up in the higher terrain. wind gusts on the hilltops around 50 miles an hour in places like mount diablo. in lower elevations, temperatures will be do
. sandhya patel is here now. >> it is unusual. the calendar says winter but it felts like the spring. we have records 72 in santa rosa. record high of 69 in oakland moffett field, livermore. these were all records santa rosa and livermore were ties. half moon bay santa cruz hitting 70 degrees today, hard to believe. 67 in napa clear lake. 66 in ukiah and concord. down toward san jose 64 today. it was a beautiful day here in the bay area. we had records. there were records in other parts of the state as well. down to southern california we go and san gabriel 91 degrees. 91. that's not a typo. 85 in los angeles and 88 degrees in long beach. it is an area of high pressure with a down sloping wind. it is an offshore flow that provided us with the warmth in the bay area today. and you probably noticed the high clouds this afternoon. we expected them. the high clouds are made up of ice crystals and they provided these beautiful sunsets. this is is a pretty winter sunset from brentwood sent by stephanie h to my
't seem like there is any change on the way. sandhya patel is here now. >> no, no big changes are on the way. we are not expecting snow in the sierra and no rain in the bay area at least for the next 10 days. i looked at the extended models. the computer models are not indicating any wet weather coming anytime soon. the snowpack one year ago was 212% of normal. as the survey was done today 19% of normal to the north and 21% of normal. we just mentioned central sierra 13% and the southern sierra, 26% of normal. the department of water resources management are saying we do have good reservoir storage. right now we are still hoping obviously for some snow in the next couple months, and hopefully that will help the situation. from the heavenly camera, 8300 foot elevation, and this is just from an hour or so ago. there is no snow there. not a lot going on. just man made snow. but they had record heat in tahoe again today. the temperature in the lake tahoe area, 58 degrees. it is hard to get snow when you have record warmth. temperatures in the 40s and the 50s right now, and the fog
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